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Book Cover 101: Trends in Women’s Fiction and Literature

by Melinda VanLone

Beautiful book with floral arrangement, candle, tea, and wedding rings
Image by meganlynchnz from Pixabay

This is the last of my series focusing on current book cover trends for 2022. If you’ve missed any of the others, you can find them here:

Women's Fiction Cover Trends

Women’s Fiction, or Women’s Literature, is an interesting beast.… Read the post

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Fine-Tune Your Dialogue To Serve Your Story (And Your Reader)

by Amy Sue Nathan

Writing dialogue gets a character out of my head (and his or hers) and alive on the page in a conversation with other characters, and ostensibly, with the reader. It’s one of my favorite parts of novel writing.… Read the post

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A Tale of Two Conferences

By Laura Drake

I’m only beginning to come out of my post-conference fog, and to get my head around all the work I have to do! Before I jump into that though, I wanted to tell you what I learned from this conference.… Read the post

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Jenny Hansen

Jenny Hansen fills her nights with humor, writing women's fiction, chick lit and short stories (and walking the floor with her new baby girl). By day, Jenny coordinates training for two accounting firms. After 15 years as a corporate software trainer, it's nice for her to be able to sit down while she works.… Read the post

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